Introduction to Federal-Aid Right of Way Requirements for Local Public Agencies
This one-day introductory course is being offered by the Federal Highway Administration in cooperation with the Iowa DOT and Iowa LTAP. It provides Local Public Agencies (LPAs) with a working knowledge of Federal requirements and procedures for acquiring property for Federally-assisted transportation projects. The course focuses on applying the Uniform Act and related Federal Regulations to specific situations and issues. Designed as a hands-on, highly interactive learning experience, this course will guide participants through several phases of the right of way process by relating common real-life situations, right-of-way (ROW) problem solving exercises, and large group discussions. We encourage those with limited ROW knowledge to register for the free NHI 141045 web-based training course in advance of this instructor-led course session.
- Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Explain the legal basis for land acquisition by a governmental entity
- Assess the impact of a roadway improvement as it relates to the Uniform Act
- Sequence the right-of-way process (ROW) within the overall project development process
- Determine the appropriate valuation process for ROW acquisition
- Apply the Uniform Act requirements for ROW acquisition
- Apply the Uniform Act requirements to relocation assistance
The instructor for the one-day introductory course is Carolyn Winborne James. She is a LPA National Realty Specialist with the US Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration in Washington, D.C.
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If you have questions or need more information, please contact Keith Knapp at 515-294-8817 or firstname.lastname@example.org.